‘O Worship the King’

This was the first hymn I learned to play on my harmonica, so I have a special feeling for it. Also, it’s a Sunday school favorite from way back: O Worship the King, sung by the choir at Pilgrim Mennonite Mission.

‘O Worship the King’

No hymn requests from any of you bashful people out there! Ah, well… here’s one of my favorites–O Worship the King, sung the old-fashioned way by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band.

The hymn contest closes Sunday and so far the leading hymn has just 21 views on the day it was requested.

‘Oh, Worship the King’

No hymn requests this morning, so I reach into my bag of favorites and bring out… Oh Worship the King, sung by the choir at Pilgrim Mennonite Mission.

The hymn shop is now open.

‘O, Worship the King’

This was the first hymn I ever learned to play on the harmonica–O Worship the King, sung here by the Pilgrim Mennonite Mission.

Hymn requests, anyone?

‘O Worship the King’

This was the first hymn I learned how to play on my harmonica–O Worship the King, sung here by the Pilgrim Mennonite Mission choir. Background sets by God the Father.

‘O Worship the King’

I don’t know if this internet is fixed yet, but here goes.

We start our blogging day with a hymn–O Worship the King, sung the old-fashioned way by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band.

‘O Worship the King’

Robert Grant wrote this hymn, inspired by Psalm 104, in 1833. It was the first hymn I learned to play on my harmonica.

O Worship the King, sung the old-fashioned way by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band.

Bonus Hymn, ‘O Worship the King’

I’m pooped. The email problem that stymied us last week went away as mysteriously as it came, and I was able to send my weekly column to Newswithviews. And so, for the time being, here’s something better. Certainly more restful.

This is the first hymn I learned to play on my harmonica, back in the Bronze Age. I still love it. O Worship the King, sung during the NBA Big Sing at Durham Road Baptist Church, Gateshead. Background sets, plus charming little bird, by God the Father.

‘O, Worship the King’

This has always been one of my favorite hymns–and I think the first one I learned to play on the harmonica: O Worship the King, performed in 18th-century style by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band.

‘O Worship the King’

O Worship the King, sung by the Pilgrim Mennonite Mission, with background sets by God the Father–the first hymn I taught myself to play on my harmonica.